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    Stop Desktop Alerts of new mail

    I went through Options -- File / Options / Mail / Message Arrival -- and turned them off, but they are still showing up. Is there a real way to turn them off?

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    Check your email rules.

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    I'm not sure, Browni, what I'd be looking for, since all my rules are for categorization, but I'll look.

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    Have you stopped and restart Outlook after the change?

    Do you have some third party add-in which is doing the notification?

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    A few times.

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    As to the add-ins, Joe, I have an EverNote add-in, an MS Exchange and MS VBA for Outlook, and the Outlook ToDo add-in. The only I'm not sure I need the Exchange, and the Outlook ToDo is the one you had mentioned. The EverNote is one I have used prior.

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    Try running Outlook with add-in disabled and see what happens.

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    You're right, Joe. It was/is that add-in -- Outlook2013TodoAddin. I turned off all add-ins, and all was fine until that one was loaded -- last. The pop-up came back immediately.

    I'm just going to -- via macro -- use my Calendar program, Calendarscope. It works pretty well that way. Not added into Outlook, but then it doesn't give me errors either -- AND, it's hooked into Google Calendar, so it will "talk" to my phone etc. as well.

    Thanks for all your efforts, Joe.

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    According to the home page for the add-in you can enable or disable the email alerts.

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    I'll have to enable it again and poke around...it's hidden somewhere, or right in front of me and I'm not seeing it, which has surely happened more than once!

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    According to the homepage:

    "Configuration can be accessed now through the little gear icon in the calendar"

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    This is my "Duh!" moment for the day...that did it.

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    Great!! Glad you got it resolved. Thanks for letting us know.

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    Now if they could show more than just one month... You can sorta scroll to the next, but it's not nearly as handy.

    Chuck
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